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November 2014 Archives

Business start up trends show tough road for new entities

Each year new businesses across diverse industries pop up all over New Jersey. From restaurants to shops and firms to corporations, new entities try to make their way into competitive markets to become successful and established businesses. Unfortunately, many new businesses do not find solid support in their first years of operation and close their doors only after short periods of time.

During an estate's administration, why might I contest a will?

Most New Jersey residents who have created wills believe that their testamentary documents will be honored after their deaths. In almost all cases this will be true and a person's documented final wishes will be carried out. However, some circumstances can arise when it is appropriate for another party to call into question the validity of a decedent's will.

New Jersey company employs unusual contract dispute tactics

For many New Jersey residents the evening hours are spent relaxing at home. While some may listen to music or read books, many choose to catch up on their favorite television programs. With the ability to record live television on digital devices, fans of shows on all networks and cable stations can save their missed episodes to watch when it is convenient.

Protect trade secrets in New Jersey business

Many New Jersey businesses look for unique hooks or practices that set them apart from their competitors. In a world where being unique can make the difference between success and failure, businesses that find winning practices often want to guard them from their competitors. Generally, these winning practices are called trade secrets, and businesses can protect them under United States law.

Avoid anxiety about the future by planning personal estates

Residents of Camden may wonder if estate plans are necessary for them. To be blunt, everyone must eventually pass away, and every person should have some sort of plan for what they would like to have happen with their assets. Whether the assets are massive or modest, an estate plan can help effectuate the planner's desires for the future.

Use attorneys to help you through a business merger

New Jersey business owners have a lot on their plates. Between seeing their businesses through day-to-day operations, meeting the needs of their customers and patrons and satisfying the regulatory requirements of applicable state and federal laws, they can have a lot to think about. That is why many Camden business owners turn to lawyers to help them when changes become necessary to their entities' structures.

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